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Sorry for all thoses mistakes. My OS is Win 2000 SP4, and no repository prefix. I found the trick : you have to declare in the CVS control panel the repository that you would open. What is surprising is that this declaration is not needed for the local protocol. Thanks you for your help. Regards. Arth' "Glen Starrett" <grstarrett at cox.net> a écrit dans le message de news:mailman.654.1064429148.630.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... > At 01:43 AM 9/24/2003, Arthur wrote: > >Hello, > > > >On my pc, I have a cvs repository in h:\_cvsrepository, which I use localy > >with the :local protocol. > >It works fine. > >When I try to connect to this repository using the :sspi protocol, it tells > >me that the repository does not exist. > > What is the full cvsroot you're using? What OS? What version cvsnt? Are > you using a repository prefix? (I would guess not since you are at the > root--I don't believe it works in that circumstance). > > Regards, > > > Glen Starrett